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United We Brunch, 2017. - DONTAE ROCKYMORE
  • Dontae Rockymore
  • United We Brunch, 2017.

In a nation divided, only one meal dares to bring us together — and that is a little ol' thing called brunch.

Next year, Metro Times' annual brunch-tasting extravaganza, United We Brunch, has expanded to take over the entire Majestic Complex in Midtown for an afternoon of bites from metro Detroit's best brunch eateries, with a bevy of boozy brunch drinks on Saturday, Feb. 9, 2019. No restaurants have been announced yet, but stay tuned for more information.



In addition to the bites and booze, United We Brunch will offer up free bowling at the Garden Bowl and live music TBA (last time, Anna Burch took the stage).

2018's iteration of United We Brunch sold out (no big deal, we're not bragging). But early bird tickets are currently available for $30 or $50 for VIP. To snag your spot, or for more details, visit MTBrunch.com.



You can check out photos of last year's fun here.

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